12. Mar 2018. Can prisoners benefit from engaging in philosophical thinking? Kirstine Szifris spent six months teaching philosophy to prisoners and says it can can mitigate prison violence and help prisoners to engage in deep self-reflection, getting closer to the ideals of rehabilitation. Read more ...
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If you are still pondering the mysteries of whether a zebra is white with black stripes or black with white stripes, or concerned about what happens when you get scared half to death twice, you will appreciate browsing through our 50 Best Philosophy Blogs. Firm believers that the Universe has no order will also appreciate the ...
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PhilMiLCog 2018 University of Western Ontario Graduate Conference in Philosophy of Mind, Language, and Cognitive Science Thursday June 14 to Saturday June 16 Stevenson Hall 3101 Keynote Speakers: Sebastian Watzl ( Associate Professor at the Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature, University of Oslo) Michael L.
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Sep 29, 2017 ... About three or four times a year I get asked for advice on how to start a philosophy blog. (My first thought is always, haven't they heard blogs died?) So, this post is meant for those who wish to start such a blog or who like, so to speak, a...
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While this would seem to create an obligation to the dog, Kant uses philosophical sleight of hand: the dog cannot judge (that is, the dog is not rational) so, as Kant sees it, the dog cannot be wronged. So, then, why would it be wrong to shoot the dog? Kant's answer seems to be rather consequentialist in character: he argues ...